Pont -y- Pandy
A Grade II Listed Building in Trefriw, Conwy
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Latitude: 53.1508 / 53°9'2"N
Longitude: -3.8288 / 3°49'43"W
OS Eastings: 277796
OS Northings: 363083
OS Grid: SH777630
Mapcode National: GBR 63.5DDR
Mapcode Global: WH65X.521B
Entry Name: Pont -y- Pandy
Listing Date: 13 October 1966
Last Amended: 30 May 1996
Source ID: 3221
Building Class: Transport
Location: Spanning the Afon Crafnant immediately above the Fairy Falls at the western extremity of the town.
Built-Up Area: Trefriw
Traditional County: Caernarfonshire
Late C18/early C19 single-span rubble road bridge with segmental arch; recessed voussoirs below arch ring of long narrow stones. Plain band below rubble parapet with large rough-dressed capping stones. The western (upstream) parapet terminates at the N approach in a circular pier after curving outwards slightly. The eastern parapet has been partly lost at the N approach where the present Bro Geirionedd Rd. branches off, and slopes up slightly on the S side before terminating.
Reasons for Listing
A late C18/early C19 road bridge above the Fairy Falls.
Other nearby listed buildings
The Old Rectory
Located towards the SE edge of the town; occupying a commanding hillside position S of the Afon Crafnant, close to the old Trefriw woollen mills.
Peniel Welsh Presbyterian Chapel
Strikingly located in the centre of the town, set against the hillside above and to the SW of the parish church; raised up on a revetted and railed terrace with simple gates and gatepiers.
On the street line in the town centre, just S of Llys Llewelyn and opposite the Trefriw Hall; set back slightly behind a low wall with simple C19 gates and iron railings.
Road bridge in the town centre, spanning the Afon Crafnant.
Prominently sited in the town centre just S of the church of St. Mary; set back slightly from the road behind a low garden wall with simple spear-headed gates and railings.
Located at the SE edge of the town on a hillside, backing onto the Coed y Wern; at the end of a short lane leading S from the Pont-y-Pandy.
Parish Church of St. Mary
Prominently sited in the town centre within a raised, rubble-walled churchyard; on sloping ground, the W end set into a hill.
Set back from the main street in the town centre, partly obscured by later housing on the street-line in front.